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Quakes 16/17 Winter Wins

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The Conejo Quakes Boys team continue to improves and it was on full display this past President's Day Weekend.  Conejo Quakes went down to the huge SGV Invitational and took home first place in their division.  After winning their first, we lost to host team SGV, but rallied back on Sunday winning both games by one point, then beating SGV in the rematch on Monday.  It was a great weekend and we are so proud of the boys.

Pictured above from left to right, Jesse Kaplan, Nick Parrott, Omar Barakat, Jack Adams, Troy Vogel, Coach Neil Foreman, and Zach Schauer.  Also playing this weekend but unable to attend the Championship Monday game was Alex Chow.


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The Conejo Quakes Black Team also went down to the SGV Invitational and also took home some hardware.  The girls played some very solid competition and we were impressed with how great they responded.  We saw pressure, full and half court, all weekend and the girls weren't phased by it at all.  We ended the weekend going 3-2 and taking home 3rd Place.  We are so happy with the girls and how they are performing.

Pictured above, from left to right, on top is Coach Neil Foreman, Kiana Cross, Talia Marx, Angela Biezins, and Iasbel Tran.  On the bottom row is Lizzy Dreher, Maddy Bruno, Sammy Bruno, and Ashley Chow.

Quakes 2016 Fall Wins

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Conejo Quakes put together an unofficial Quakes team of former players and some of their friends.  It was a fun weekend of playing some basketball just for fun with some friends and the boys did great.  They ended up winning the High School Bronze Division going 4-0 on the weekend.  Couldn't be happier that these guys all came out and played hard to win a Championship.


Pictured above, left to right, is Tyler Chu, James Lee, Joel Aguilar, Blake Hayward, Andrew Maga, Corey Hayward, Thomas Rocco, Jonathan Saiki and Joshua Lee.

Mission Statement

Our goal at the Conejo Quakes Basketball Program is to prepare every student-athlete for the high school level on and off the court.  We strive to make each kid better basketball players and better people through hard work, discipline, accountability, sportsmanship, and family values.